St Michael’s Takes The Long Road To Edinburgh
St Michael’s players are celebrating their 70th Anniversary by taking their award winning production of “The Long Road by Shelagh Stephenson to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The Long Road deals with restorative justice and is both powerful and poignant and builds on a real life situation. A word of warning though: It contains offensive language and is not suitable for children.
Before their tour, St Michael’s Players will be performing the show for two nights in Chiswick at The St Michael’s Church Centre. You can get tickets for the show at www.ticketsource.co.uk/smp
If you’re planning on seeing the show at the Edinburgh Fringe, you can get tickets via the fringe website at www.edfringe.com
Chloe Graham talks to director Paul Smith and leading actress Elizabeth Ollier about the show.
You can find our report about the Player’s first production of the show at https://chiswickbuzz.net/blog/st-michael-s-players-take-a-fresh-look-at-the-long-road/
Find out more about the work of the Chris Donovan Trust at http://www.chrisdonovantrust.org/